Oakland Raiders fans are only two weeks away from seeing what their new quarterback-wide receiver duo have to offer with their first preseason game.
Brown posted a video to his Twitter account on Sunday of 4-year-old Ali Brown and 3-year-old Deker Carr playing catch at what appears to be Raiders training camp.
My son Ali only 4 years old setting up his own drills running through em! Baby Decker @derekcarrqb son just dropping dimes like his dad ! What a blessing to see inspire the youth they watch and learn from our every move pic.twitter.com/th2BrPgPAB— AB (@AB84) July 29, 2019
While we can’t make out Carr’s mechanics, Brown shows great technique with the two-handed catch, and his excitement to run a cone drill is admirable. And like any good receiver, he knows to turn upfield after the catch.
We’re still over a decade away from Deker and Ali potentially going in the NFL draft — let alone playing in college football — but it’s always good to see children of athletes showing a passion to play at a young age.
There have been 63 second-generation NFL players, so will Ali or Deker be one of the next? We’ll have to wait until the 2034 or 2035 drafts to find out.
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